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Cutting the cable. Looking for some input. Would you have liked a different movie just as much or better? Violent characters who had childhood-like surroundings Extended editions Joker Childhood memories Harold Budd May 24, 1936 – December 7, 2020 Entrapment? The best film any of these actors would ever be in with the possible exception of Bruce Dern The Boston game View all posts >


Sadly some of us are even further removed from these ideals than every before. It's utterly amazing to watch a couple of groups of big money political goose-steppers fight to see who can screw over the common citizen the hardest in the desire to do fist pumps and proclaim how righteous they are. Garbage human beings playing pathetic games that will only devalue the human condition. 68 cents. Cash. 1. Steamboy (2004) 2. The Goonies (1985) 3. October Sky (1999) 4. Home Alone (1990) 5. Big Hero 6 (2014) 6. Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (2001) 7. Children of Invention (2009) 8. The Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet (2013) 9. Mallrats (1995) - Silent Bob won the science fair in eight grade by turning his mom's vibrator into a CD player. 10. Columbo - Mind Over Mayhem 11. Real Genius (1987) 12. The Manhattan Project (1986) 1. The Lawnmower Man (1992) 2. The Lawnmower Man 2: beyond cyberspace (1996) 3. Queen of Spades (1949) 4. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974) 5. Saw (2004) 6. Leaf Blower Massacre (2013) yes it's real: 7. Mandrake (2010) 8. Sling Blade (1996) "I may not be much, Mr. Finch, but I'm still Sheriff of Maycomb County, and Bob Ewell fell on his knife." So which pillow company is treating their workers better? What of it? You're on board with 99.99% of the population. Congratulations. 20th? 30th? I estimate I've seen Jaws about 2000 times, credits to credits. There's been months where I've watched it 30 times, easily. I don't think it's a matter of rewatching but the frequency. I accept that I've seen Jaws much more than is normal but any means but I'm not going to feel bad about watching it again every couple of weeks or watching To Kill a Mockingbird after what is doubtlessly at least a couple hundred viewings. He played an excellent character in that episode. View all replies >